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Long story short, I graduated with a bachelor in Engineering (Chemical) with a 2.76 cGPA and just finished a maters in Mathematics with a cGPA 3.7. After a series of incidents, I decided now to go for medical school. I'm deciding on whether to take non-degree pre med courses at some universities or go for a post bacc program for med school, or should I go for a second degree for a better GPA? I have research experience in math and bioengineering(worked under professors in school), no publications yet. Worked 2 years in a ophthalmologist office as a medical exam pretester(check patient vision, eye pressure, perform exams like OCT , visual Field , ..etc) during my undergraduate years. a lot other part times as cashier and sales associate during my undergraduate years too. What are my chances?
Hello Everyone, I am in a predicament as of now. I am 27 at the moment and I am a Comp Science Engineer as my bachelors (2014) and a Masters in Information Systems (2015). My GPA in Bachelors is 7.3/10 and MS is 3.0/4.0 As of now I am working in the IT sector as a Data Engineer on contracts but my main goal is to become a Doctor ANYHOW. I am ready to do any hardwork required for the same. I don't have any of the prerequisites required for med school. Also my GPA's are low. Could you guys please chalk out a path for me to follow in regards of handling my GPA, pre reqs, MCAT, extra curriculars etc. Very thankful for your time Best, Anshul
I am looking to hear reccomendatioms from people with experience with post-bacc programs that guarantee acceptance into medical schools that are either in Canada or located close to the border. I’m a Canadian citizen and a U.S. resident; also currently an undergraduate. Thanks!